I hope you are good! I have been thinking about changes and how my blog needed a few. So, I decided to add a few straight away! I know that many of you follow me because of my poetry. I used to write poetry on my main bog, but I do write a few on here as well (usually the ones I don’t think are my main blog material). And so, I decided to put up a separate tab for all my poetry on this blog itself. It is still being updated as and when I reblog more poetry from my main blog, but you get the picture. 😛
The second big thing is adding a ‘Rankings’ bar on the top of all my posts. Your feedback matters most and that is why I have put up a ranking bar. You can easily rate my writings out of 1-5 stars, and that would let me know what you feel about my posts! I would love it if you took a few minutes to rank the writing.
And there’s more….. Okay, so I have a feedback page. I have put it up on the ‘Contact Me’ tab of my blog, but I will add it underneath this post as well if you want to send me feedback, or a message or even if you want to collaborate! I really hope to hear from you all soon! 😀
This is it for my mini catch up! You can help yourself to the like, follow and rate button 😉
Also for those of you asking me about my top videos of the week, I will share with you my top video of this week! It is a video about the important questions we need to ask ourselves to get out of an intangible situation by Carrie Hope Fletcher! Enjoy 🙂
See you soon (and don’t forget to write me a feedback!)
“I would rather sit on a pumpkin, and have it all to myself, than be crowded on a velvet cushion”
– Henry David Thoreau
I walked into an empty room
a water bottle and pen in hand.
Soon another entered this room
grumpy faced, angry-looking
personally, I wanted space.
She sat there on a chair,
far across the room,
farther away from me
minding her own business.
Yet, it felt too clingy
I needed space.
I wanted to cry,
I wanted to scream
to tear down the walls.
It seemed like everything I wanted
I ran out then in a room next door,
happy faces smiling away
I felt so welcome
among the forty-seven in this place
I learn it now
it is the people who create a space!
I wanted to just share what I felt a few days back and realised that maybe, so many others feel the same. My advice: Always keep good company. Make sure the individuals you are friends with are those that make you feel happy and give you space 🙂
See you soon
When you say things, and when you hear them back, you realise that some when said were not what were meant at the time. And others, mean even more, despite being unsaid…
I said I went overboard
It seemed like a good decision at the time
My fleeting heart roared
But that decision costed me a dime
I said I was too serious
I thought it was just me at the time
But there were a million more
That did not fit this perfect rhyme.
I said I was sorry
That my heart could not be blamed
I fell too deep in love
The love that couldn’t be tamed.
I said now let me go
But you stood there, in the way
Then you should have said what you had to say
Instead, you ran away.
I hope you liked it and I will see you next time! 🙂
I was going through my old notebooks and papers the other day. In that, I found a four/five year old exam paper. On the back of it I had written a poem for my best friend Muskaan. It’s quiet hilarious and slightly weird, but it’s cute and I thought I’d share it on here!
A story with a song,
which starts with a ding dang dong.
Well, if this makes you laugh out loud,
that’s what we do sitting on the couch.
Studies can finish in minutes,
and with us, boys make digits.
Don’t be shocked! We’re young teenagers
and up for well, we don’t have interest in power rangers.
Love is the recent chapter of our books,
Muskaan and Srishti, yeah that’s the look.
We’re topsy turvy sisters,
Once again,we talk about each other’s misters,
We’re topsy turvy friends,
having topsy turvy trends,
In a topsy turvy world,
We’re a case to unfurl!
I cringe every time I read it. We were so stupid back then. But I love you Muskaan, you’re my best friend and someone I can always count on! 🙂
See you next time,